Using General System Approach For Product Lifecycle Management Software Selection And Evaluation

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Keh-Wen “Carin” Chuang
Kuan C. Chen

Keywords

Product lifecycle management, general system approach, software selection and evaluation

Abstract

Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) is the process of managing the entire lifecycle of a product from its conception, through design and manufacture, to service and disposal. One of the toughest aspects of PLM implementations is choosing the appropriate software. In order to choose the right software that meets the business requirements, it is necessary to have a systematic view to serve as an evaluation guideline for advice from an independent third-party and that can guide decision makers through a structured process and understands the entire PLM market. This is an important aspect of the PLM assessment and planning process. This study built a systems model to fulfill the PLM software selection and evaluation needs.

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